Watch: Car drives into crowd at light rail station in capital

A three-month-old infant in critical condition was evacuated to Mount Scopus' Hadassah Medical Center.

October 22, 2014 19:45

Suspected terror attack in Jerusalem leaves eight injured

Suspected terror attack in Jerusalem leaves eight injured


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Eight people were injured in Jerusalem on Wednesday, in a suspected terror attack, after a car rammed into civilians near a light rail station by Ammunition Hill.

Jerusalem Police said the driver of the car tried to escape but was shot by security forces. He was moderately injured.

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A three-month-old baby later died of the wounds she sustained in the incident.

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